Celebrity Constellation cruise ship guide

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Celebrity Constellation will be visiting a number of fascinating destinations around Europe in 2013 and 2014. Take a look at the full range of cruises here, or keep reading to find out what you can expect from a Celebrity Constellation cruise.

About Celebrity Constellation

One of the cruise line’s Millennium Class ships, Celebrity Constellation has recently been upgraded to include many of the same features as Solstice Class ships. That means better amenities, beautiful decor in the staterooms, flat-screen TVs throughout, a magnificent grand foyer, new restaurants and more – all guaranteed to make your cruise a memorable one.

The ship was built in St Nazaire, France, by Chantiers de L’Atlantique and was completed in 2002. She is consistently voted one of the world’s best large cruise ships.

As you may have come to expect from Celebrity Cruises, on-board entertainment and other facilities are top class. Michael’s Club is a classy bar area offering a wide range of craft beers, ciders, whiskeys, scotches, cognacs and a whole lot more. The Tuscan Grille restaurant is an Italian steakhouse with tableside service – a great dining experience all round. And there are plenty of other activities to keep you occupied, whether you feel like relaxing or getting the blood pumping in the fitness centre.

Accommodation on Celebrity Constellation

Whatever your budget or desired price range, there are rooms for you on board Celebrity Constellation.

If you have plenty to spend on accommodation, then one of the Suites is ideal – providing true luxury in spacious surroundings. The suites include a wide range of exclusive benefits such as Butler service, assistance with packing and unpacking, priority check-in and debarkation, one complimentary dinner for all suite guests and seating preferences in the restaurants.

But if you don’t want to spend too much on accomodation, the inside staterooms offer ample living space and all the amenities you’d expect. A step up from that is the ocean view staterooms, which offer all these things plus a window out across the ocean.

Veranda Class staterooms provide you with your own private balcony where you can enjoy a morning coffee or just take in the views. And AquaClass staterooms are designed with relaxation in mind – featuring several spa elements built in to the room and unlimited access to the AquaSpa Persian Garden.

View the full range of Celebrity Constellation cruises to compare the different staterooms.

Booking your Celebrity Constellation cruise

It’s easy to book your Celebrity Constellation cruise – just visit Cruise 1st’s Celebrity Constellation cruises page and find out what’s available. If you can’t see the one you’re looking for, use the search feature to see what else is on offer. We’re always updating our cruises and there’s a huge range to choose from.

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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